There is something so classic and appealing about wooden toys. With all of the technology in children's toys these days, the simplest toys are still the ones that draw me in.
From classic stacking games to wooden blocks, I try to make sure that each of our toy bins from our toy rotation system have a hefty balance of the basics.
On our weekly visits to the grandparent's house, Brody has discovered wooden trains and blocks from my childhood. I love that he is able to enjoy them now, over 25 years later.
We've started our own little collection of wooden toys at home. The handmade toys from Bannor Toys have been our favorites.
It has been so fun to watch Brody's imagination blossom as he pushes around his little wooden cars and learns to stack the rings onto the little stacking toy.
I'm also a sucker for anything personalized, so seeing Brody's name to his little push car rattle totally makes my heart skip a beat. How fortunate I am to have my little Brody in my life.
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